How ‘Stranger Things’ Has Changed – ScreenHub Entertainment

Though Stranger Things 3 continues to enjoy the warm critical reception of its predecessors, I couldn’t help but notice some stark changes from the show that captured my imagination back in 2016. While the original show was a superb blend of science fiction and horror, Stranger Things 3 has put a far greater emphasis on comedy at the expense of many of the scares. But … Continue reading How ‘Stranger Things’ Has Changed – ScreenHub Entertainment

A Christian’s Take On ‘Good Omens’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its release, Good Omens has joined the ranks of many other films and tv shows that have dared to question some of faith’s most sacred ideas. I myself am a Christian, and my faith is something very near and dear to me. So what does this person of faith think of this outrageous, ludicrous piece of media that supposedly makes a mockery of some … Continue reading A Christian’s Take On ‘Good Omens’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Dead Don’t Die is the latest film from Jim Jarmusch, director of Broken Flowers, Only Lovers Left Alive, and Paterson and it is probably one of the most unique and unusual films that I’ve seen this year. The biggest draw of the film is probably the cast. Bill Murray and Adam Driver take centre stage (this is Murray’s second film with Jarmusch) and the … Continue reading ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Men In Black: International’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Bringing back Men In Black, 7 years after the last movie and 22 after the first, Men In Black: International renews the series, acting as both an effective reboot (new cast, new characters, new setting) and a sequel. It reunites Chris Hemsworth (In the Heart of the Sea, Cabin in the Woods) and Tessa Thompson (Creed, Annihilation) as Agents H & M (respectively) after their … Continue reading ‘Men In Black: International’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile’ Is A Film About Denial – ScreenHub Entertainment

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is not biopic on real life serial killer Ted Bundy. Rather than simply chronicle his crime spree in detail, the film takes a more unusual approach and shows it from the perspective of a long time girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer. It does so to mixed results. The film is not without merit however, containing several moments of subtle brilliance before … Continue reading ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile’ Is A Film About Denial – ScreenHub Entertainment

Love Is A Battlefield: Remembering ‘The Terminator’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

As a child of the 90s, few films resonated with the culture like Terminator 2 : Judgement Day. On every front from its reviews to its box office, it seemed to have dwarfed its predecessor as the Schwarzenegger movie to end them all. And though I still have boundless love for Cameron’s innovative sequel, as I grow older, more and more I find myself going … Continue reading Love Is A Battlefield: Remembering ‘The Terminator’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Captain Marvel’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (who previously worked together on Sugar and Half Nelson), Captain Marvel dropped today and does not disappoint. The movie welcomes back Samuel L Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Hateful Eight) and Clark Gregg (Choke, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) as well as a new set of stars joining the MCU such as Brie Larson (The Room, Short Term 12), … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ice and Ink: One Cartoonist’s Tribute to John Carpenter – ScreenHub Entertainment

Like other narrative art forms, film has the ability to inspire fans with artistic talents of their own to pay tribute to their favorite works in a variety of creative ways. Daniel Nicholls is one such fan. Nicholls and I share a mutual love of director John Carpenter, the man behind Halloween, The Thing, and a slew of other underrated classics. As Carpenter has quite an … Continue reading Ice and Ink: One Cartoonist’s Tribute to John Carpenter – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Aquaman’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Aquaman has been something of a running joke in comic book culture. He’s been ridiculed, parodied, and teased by fans and critics alike for decades, so the pressure was really on Warner Bros and DC to try to make the King of Atlantis cool for modern audiences. Zack Snyder found his Atleantean in Jason Momoa and sought to re-invent the character. We got our first … Continue reading ‘Aquaman’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween’ Is Good, But Almost Great – ScreenHub Entertainment

David Gordon Green’s Halloween has opened to an impressive response. It has surpassed Wes Craven’s Scream as the highest grossing slasher film of all time, and revitalized interest in a series that many thought was long dead. But is the movie good? In short, yes. Green’s Halloween has many moments of cinematic artistry the likes of which the series hasn’t seen since Carpenter’s 1978 original. But … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ Is Good, But Almost Great – ScreenHub Entertainment